Welcome to ENS
Promoting Excellence in the Art of Science of Endocrine Nursing
Michele Hall Mims
1954 - 2020
ENDOCRINE NURSING HAS LOST A FRIEND
Michele Hall Mims passed away August 2020. Michele was a long-term member of ENS and Program Chair for the last five years. We will miss her dedication, wisdom, sense of humor and friendship and mourn her passing. The Michele Mims travel grant will be created in her honor.
ENS Position Statement
Gender Diverse Care
ENS has received a draft position statement on transgender and gender diverse care submitted by members Andrew Dwyer & Debra Greenspan. We have engaged patient stakeholders and a diverse group of providers across disciplines for input.
The draft position statement is now open for member review and comment through August 30th. We invite any members who are involved in the care of transgender patients to share their thoughts and perspectives with the writing team. Contact
Our Endocrine Patients' Safety
Below are recommended sites to visit for some guidance with specific patient populations re COVID-19.
Please email us at email@example.com
Diabetes: by the Diabetes Disaster Response Coalition.
A letter template for providers from the ADA legal advisory committee is included in the members only section, to inform employers of patient risk profile.
Adrenal Insufficiency/ glucocorticoid use:
October 2-4, 2020
AACE in collaboration with ENS and others
AACE Innovation in Cardiometabolic Clinical Practice
This virtual live conference will focus on:
30th Annual Symposium
will now be held
March 20-23, 2021
San Diego, CA
ENS Oral presentations
ENS Reception, Awards, Poster & Exhibits
refreshments & fun at TBD
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All donations are tax deductible as a charitable contribution.
Thank You To Our Sponsors
for their generous contribution
following the cancellation of ENS2020
ENS is extremely grateful for the generous contribution of the Sponsors who continue to support our society's mission: to support endocrine nursing education, research and publication efforts.